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286 households benefit from GKMA sanitation and water project in Kwadaso

A sum of 286 families in the Kwadaso Municipality have profited from present day latrine offices under the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area (GKMA) sterilization and water Project.

Mr Richmond Agyenim Boateng, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Kwadaso who unveiled this, said 570 families have so far been enrolled under the task which tries to further develop sterilization in the Municipality.

Talking at the main normal gathering of the third meeting of the second Assembly at Kwadaso, the MCE said 83 latrine offices were presently at different phases of finish, saying that venture was focusing on low-pay networks.

Giving a breakdown of the recipient networks, he said 127 latrine offices would be developed at the Nzema, 89 at Kwadaso, with Asuoyeboah getting 70.

The task, which is being carried out under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources, is to advance appropriate disinfection and natural cleanliness in networks in the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area.

The recipients are committed to pay a responsibility expense of GH¢1,200.00 for a total latrine, and GH¢700.00 for a bio-digester in the event that the design is now set up.

Around 30,000 family latrines are supposed to be built under the task in eight Metropolitan and Municipalities including Kumasi Metro, Asokwa, Kwadaso, Suame, Asokore-Mampong, Old Tafo and Oforikrom.

The MCE extolled networks for showing strong fascination with the venture, adding that it was the best approach to guarantee neatness and appropriate cleanliness in networks.

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GKMA Kwadaso Kwadaso Municipality MCE Richmond Agyenim Boateng


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